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Francis's Abortion Lullaby will Promote a even greater Abortion Holocaust

Pope Francis according to the Tablet advises women who have aborted their unborn babies to "sing them a lullaby."
(Tablet, "Pope offers new pastoral strategy on abortion by calling for consolation and reconciliation," January 28, 2019)

Francis's abortion lullaby of removing shame will promote a even greater abortion holocaust.

Why?

Philosopher Edward Feser explains:

[P]eople have gotten used to giving in to the temptation so quickly and so readily now that they're ready to kill the innocent, indeed their own flesh and blood - i.e. via abortion - in order more easily to keep giving in. Removing the shame associated with abortion is one reason... Catholics... will never make much headway on abortion until they start being willing to sound "mean..."

"... It will be interesting to hear the souls of the aborted babies ask "nice" Catholics... "So how'd that 'niceness' approach work out for you guys? Didn't work out so well for us, alas..."
(EdwardFeser.blogstop, "Canine theology," January 3, 2016, Comments: Edward Feser, January 4, 2016 at 11:43)

Yes, women who have killed their unborn babies should and will be forgiven by God if they are truly sorry and ashamed, but singing abortion lullabies by removing shame is only going to lead to a greater abortion holocaust.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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